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SELF-EFFICACY: THE EXERCISE OF CONTROL

Albert Bandura

An outline composed by Gio Valiante
Emory University

CHAPTER 6 - COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING

"Education has now become vital for a productive life" (213).

STUDENTS' COGNITIVE SELF-EFFICACY (214)

Development of Cognitive Self-Efficacy through Aspiration (216)

Cultivating Intrinsic Interest through Development of Self-Efficacy (218)

Self-Efficacy in the Use of Cognitive and Metacognitive Skills (223)

Impact of Performance on Perceived Self-Efficacy (225)

Self-Efficacy in Self-Regulated Cognitive Development (227)

Peer Influences in the Social Construction and Validation of Self-Efficacy (234)

Perceived Self-Efficacy and Academic Anxiety (235)

Impact of Cognitive Self-Efficacy on Developmental Trajectories (237)

Self-Efficacy in Advanced Cognitive Functioning (239)

TEACHERS' PERCEIVED EFFICACY (240)

COLLECTIVE SCHOOL EFFICACY (243)

Teachers operate collectively within an interactive social system rather than as isolates. Therefore, educational development through efficacy enhancement must address the social and organizational structure of educational systems.

Attributes of Efficacious Schools (244)

Collective Instructional Efficacy (247)

Models for Enhanced Education of Disadvantaged Youth (251)

Implementation Models for School Enhancement (256)


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